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The U.S. Aging Population as an Economic Growth Driver for Global Competitiveness

Speakers: Joseph F. Coughlin, Founder and Director, AgeLab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kelly Michel, Senior Vice President, Institutional Business Development, Employer Solutions, and Pensions, AEGON USA
Presider: Michael W. Hodin, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, Executive Director, Global Coalition on Aging
February 14, 2012

Joseph Coughlin and Kelly Michel discuss how a healthy and active aging population can contribute to economic growth, and the public policy reform, new business strategies, and profound shifts in views on aging necessary to take advantage of this opportunity.

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